A Celebration of Independence Day
Back by popular demand, ‘Concert for Ukraine 2’ is a benefit concert that aims to raise vital funds for the humanitarian needs of the people of Ukraine while acknowledging and celebrating Independence Day for Ukraine.
The concert combines the talents of several of Australia’s favourite classical artists, some of whom were born or studied in Ukraine.
On 24 February 2022, the lives of every Ukrainian changed irrespective of where they live.
Performers Irina Buevska-Cowell and Anastasiya Dudar know all too well the effects that war has on the broader Ukrainian community. Having both studied in Ukraine, they are devastated with the destruction of national monuments and venues that have been instrumental in the cultural fabric of the country. Years of memories and decades of history have been wiped in the blink of an eye, and this trend has continued across the country.
Curated by Rob and Irina Buevska-Cowell of Cappuccino Concerts Australia, alongside Principal Patrons Tony and Gwenyth Lennon. Profits will be directed to Caritas Australia, who are providing support on the ground for the people of Ukraine.
This concert will take place on our intimate Corner Stage on Terrace Level 2.
Irina Buevska-Cowell piano
Anastasiya Dudar violin
Akiko Miyazawa violin
Kate Sullivan violin
Sally Boud viola
Rod McGrath cello
Anatoliy KOS-ANATOLSKYI Romance
Myroslav SKORYK Carpathian Rhapsody
Boris LYATOSHYNSKY Ukrainian Quintet
ADDITIONAL TICKETING INFORMATION
Students under 25 $30 special price
Concessions apply to
Seniors Card Holders
Health Care Card Holders
Mobile tickets will be emailed shortly after the order confirmation.
A one-off handling fee of $6.60 applies to all web, phone and mail bookings. A fee of $3.85 applies to over the counter bookings. An additional fee of $4.40 per transaction applies for delivery via Registered Post. All ticket / item prices include GST, if applicable.
*Times are approximate and subject to change at any time.
FOOD & BEVERAGE
Presented by Cappuccino Concerts Australia alongside Principal Patrons Tony and Gwenyth Lennon